1439. For He will command His angels concerning you to guard you in all your ways… ~Psalm 91:11 ✝

May all the Angels be your
sheltering and joyful guardians.
~John O’Donohue

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Who among us doesn’t remember times when we felt the hand of benevolent angels at work in our lives? My guess is we all migjht be able to acknowledge them. The word angel comes from the Greek word “angelus” which means messenger, and among other things, Biblical angels as messengers not only revealed helpful/vital information to mortals but they also protected and rescued them. Also in Scripture we find angels caring for the Israelites and smiting their enemies. And of course they were the guiding presence leading the wise men to the manger where the  Jesus, the Messiah, was born. So it is that one writer has described angels as a “medium of the Creator’s power, and they exist to execute His will.” And because angelic presences have been so prevalent in man’s history over the centuries, mortals have in various ways tried to portray angels by word and/or image.

Praise him, all his angels; praise him, all his heavenly hosts. ~Psalm 148:2 ✝

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19 thoughts on “1439. For He will command His angels concerning you to guard you in all your ways… ~Psalm 91:11 ✝

  1. It is fascinating—that we truly are not abandoned or left alone to “defend” ourselves in this “hidden” spiritual battle that rages all around us….
    and yet I think of Clarence—angel 2nd class—-as the one charge with my watch is probably also working out some kinks 🙂

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